4. England's Geography
• England is a part of the United Kingdom of
Great Britain, it’s an island situated off the
North West coast of Europe.
• Bordered by Scotland in the north, the
North Sea in the east, the English Channel in
the south and Wales in the west.
• Most of England is rolling hills.
• Scafell Pike is the highest mountain in
England with an elevation of 978 meters
5. Key Facts on
• Major CitEiesn: gLolnadonnd- Leeds- Liverpool-
• Capital: London with a population of 7,556,900.
• Population: 51,446,000 inhabitants.
• Geographic size: 130,395 km2 .
• National Anthem: None.
God Save the Queen, Land of Hope and Glory.
• Currency: Pound sterling (GBP).
• Sex Distribution:
– Males: 48.7%.
– Females: 51.3%.
6. Religions in
• 71.75% of England's population are
• 22.52% is unidentified or non-religious.
• Other religious minorities include Muslims
which account for 3% of the population.
• There are also Jewish, Hindu and Sikh
• WDhiitse t45r,0i8b2u,9t00ion
• Asian 2,914,900
• Black 1,447,900
• Mixed 870,000
• Chinese 400,300
• Other 376,100 88%
Asian or Asian British
Black or Black British
Chinese, including British
8. The United Kingdom of
Great Britain and Northern
• Usually referred tIo arse “”lTahen UdK.””,””United Kingdom””,
“”Great Britain””or “”Britain””.Britain is part of the
British isles in the north-west of Europe. Britain is a
union made up of four constituent countries:
• The Kingdom of England.
• The Kingdom of Scotland.
• The Principality of Wales.
• The Province of Northern Ireland
9. England and Wales joined together in 1284 under
the statue of Rhuddlan.
Scotland’s monarchy then joined England’s
monarchy in 1603.
In 1707 the kingdoms of Scotland and England then
united together to form the kingdom of Great
In 1801 Ireland joined the union to form the United
Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland.
10. • Due to disputes about religion, southern Ireland
declared independence but Northern Ireland
remained part of the United Kingdom
12. The Capital City
•The capital city of
England is London.
•London is a very
13. •Lots of people go to
London for their holidays.
•London has lots of tourist
14. Cultural and Heritage
•TToouurisrmisplamys a osigfni ficEannt pgalrta inn thde economic life in
• Many other people come to England as tourists, and
this is economically beneficial.
• In the UK as a whole, tourism contributes 76
billion pounds to the British economy, and it employs
6.1% of the working population, making it the 6th
Cultural and heritage tourism :Britain's tourist industry
is principally "cultural" and "heritage" based, and
many tourists are attracted to England because of its
16. The London Eye is a
giant ferris wheel on the
South Bank of the River
Thames in London. Also
known as the Millennium
Wheel, its official name
was originally the British
Airways London Eye,
then the Merlin
Eye, between January
2011 and August 2014,
the EDF Energy London
Eye and is now called The
17. Big Ben is the nickname for
the Great Bell of the clock at the
north end of the Palace of
Westminster in London, and
often extended to refer to the
clock and the clock tower. The
tower is officially known as
the Elizabeth Tower, renamed as
such to celebrate the Diamond
Jubilee of Elizabeth II (prior to
being renamed in 2012 it was
known as simply "Clock Tower").
18. Cambridge might be best
known for its university, home to
some of the world’s greatest minds
(Milton, Darwin, Hawking, etc.).
But there’s a vibrant theatre and
arts scene here as well, and you’ll
find fantastic contemporary
restaurants mixed in with
Birds eye view of Cambridge
The city of Cambridge has the
world’s best university – The
University of Cambridge.
19. Liverpool is a vibrant city with
great cultural heritage and was
awarded the title of European
Capital of Culture 2008, with the
famous Pier Head Waterfront
being a UNESCO World Heritage
site since 2004. Liverpool is home
to the Royal Liverpool
Philharmonic Orchestra and is
also renowned for being the
birthplace of a wide range of
popular musicians including The
Beatles, Gerry & the
Pacemakers, Frankie goes to
Hollywood, Echo & the
Bunnymen and many more.
20. Stonehenge is
a prehistoric monument located
in Wiltshire, England, about 2 miles
(3 km) west of Amesbury and 8
miles (13 km) north of Salisbury.
One of the most famous sites in
the world, Stonehenge is the
remains of a ring of standing
stones set within earthworks. It is
in the middle of the most dense
complex of Neolithic and Bronze
Age monuments in England,
including several hundred burial
37. The Lake District
• The Lake District is the most
beautiful area in England.
• It is very popular with tourists.
• There are lots of hills to climb and
beautiful areas to walk around.
There are also lots of beautiful lakes
76. • In England, the Royal Family is very popular.
• They live at Buckingham Palace.
77. • The Queen of England is called Elizabeth II
• She is 85 years old.
• She has two birthdays!
• Her real birthday is 21st of
April but because she is Queen,
she celebrates another one
• Parliamentary democracy with
a constitutional monarchy.
• Queen Elizabeth II as a head of
• The continuity of the monarchy
has been interrupted only once
(the republic of 1649-60) in
over a thousand years.
• Parliaments is made up of the
House of common, the House
of lords and the Queen in her
85. England has a strong sporting
heritage, and during the 19th
century codified many sports that
are now played around the world.
• A popular sport in England is cricket.
• It is played between two teams of
eleven players each who score runs
(points) by running between two sets
of three small, wooden posts
94. Foot Ball
The Premier League is an English professional league for
association football clubs. At the top of the English
football league system, it is the country's primary
football competition. Contested by 20 clubs
95. England national football team whose home ground is
England’s national football team has won the FIFA
world cup in 1966 the year they hosted the Cup